Tiny Canadian startup automaker Electra Meccanica represent their tiny electric 3-wheeler. So they are certified for sale and the first vehicle is delivered to U.S.
Electra Meccanica isn’t meant to replace a conventional car, but rather to handle short trips such as commutes as efficiently as possible.
The Electra Meccanica Solo is a single-seat electric with a 100-mile range from a 17.3-kwh lithium-ion battery pack. On a Level 2 connection, it can recharge in three hours.
An 82 horsepower electric motor shoots it from 0-60 in 8 seconds and tops out at 68 mph.
The Solo offers luxury features such as power windows and a heated seat. Between a front trunk and a hatchback behind the driver is 10 cubic feet of cargo space.
Bodywork completely closes the front wheels. Along with a faux grille and lower intakes, gives the Solo resemblance to conventional cars.
Solo offers luxury features such as power windows and a heated seat with many combination.
The Solo’s gestation start back in 2007, but the first prototype was completed in January 2015.